Easy Easter Sewing Patterns


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These easy Easter sewing patterns are perfect for stitchers of any skill level to decorate for spring. For a family that doesn’t really celebrate Easter I feel like I’ve done a lot of Easter crafting through the years, and there is just so much cute stuff it’s kind of impossible to resist!

Easter Basket Sewing Patterns

A bucket bag is a classic for Easter, but this one amps up the cuteness by including some bunny ears on the handle. Of course you could leave those off if you want but I kind of love them. The original design from Jack and Davey Patterns shows a neutral fabric lining the inside of the basket, but you could make it match or add another print inside, your choice.

Polka Dot Chair has another great bucket style Easter basket sewing pattern, which is lined with canvas to make it stand up better. I love the folded over hem at the top that shows off the contrasting fabric from the inside of the basket.

This pretty Easter basket is a great sewing pattern for a beginner or someone with more experience. It does require making binding (or you can buy some) and making boxed corners, but that’s not too difficult. (There’s a photo tutorial in the pattern as well.) You can make this with holiday fabric or even use scraps, and the pattern offers two sizes so you can make them for Easter or use them throughout the year for storage. Get the pattern from Homemade on our Homestead.

I guess a bag doesn’t technically count as a basket, but in the case of this adorable bunny bag from Roxy Creations, I’m willing to make an exception. The patchwork bag is great for using your scraps, and the bunny is made out of felt and appliqued on. And you can embellish the bunny in all sorts of ways, which is lots of fun.

Bunny Sewing Patterns

Most of my Easter sewing has been in the genre of bunnies. I made my daughter a Sophia the Bunny from While She Naps a few years ago and it is honestly the cutest thing and way easier than I expected.

Years and years ago I made my parents a bunny doll with clothes, which was from a purchased paper pattern I don’t even remember. This one from Jane Magic Craft is smaller and different from that one I made but it’s super adorable and has really cute clothing options. I love the little sun hat!

I have long loved this teensy pocket bunny softie pattern from Swoodson Says, which has the added benefit of being completely hand-sewn. It might be a little too small for kids to make but a larger version would be so fun for kids to try as their first sewing project.

These felt bunnies from Molly and Mama remind me of chocolate Easter bunnies, and they, too, are really easy to sew by hand.

More Easter Sewing Patterns

These bunny napkin rings made out of upcycled denim are so cute! We never use napkin rings but I might have to make some of these so we can start. You can get the pattern from Jot Dot Shop.

One of the other Easter sewing patterns I tried to make once was a little bunny treat bag. I definitely messed it up in some way so it wasn’t quite as cute as it should have been but it still worked. This reversible bunny eared treat bag from Crafty for Home is definitely cuter than the one I made, and you can get a few bags out of just a couple of fat quarters.

Sewing Times has a video tutorial for a little bunny lunch bag. It’s the perfect size and shape for a bento box, and you can carry it by the ears, which tie to secure the top of the bag. There’s also a blog post to go along with the video if you want more details.

Fabric Easter eggs are another cute way to present a little treat whether in the Easter basket or for kids to hunt for. This free Easter sewing pattern from A Rose Tinted World makes it easy, and if you use plain fabric this is a great time to show off your embroidery skills.

Another take on fabric eggs is these pretty fleece eggs from Sew 4 Home. They look like elaborately decorated eggs and are so pretty in a bowl, but they’re also fabric and pretty much indestructible. Which is great if your lifestyle doesn’t support a lot of delicate things.

Add a little Easter to your table with these bunny coasters from A Spoonful of Sugar. They’re made of patchwork and will give you a little practice sewing curves, but they’re still pretty easy to make.


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